knowledgejunkie at gmail.com
Wed Sep 14 17:32:19 UTC 2005
On 14/09/05, DSanchez <myjunkacct at gmail.com> wrote:
> So i have a working MythTV system running on Fedora 4. I have a Wintv Go
> plus card and i want to set it up to run off my 56 inch wide screen TV. I've
> read that you can send the video to the TV via the yellow S-video port on
> the card, or by making a VGA converter.
Which yellow S-Video port? I bet it's a composite video input (and
only an input). I'd love to know where you read that info
I'd wait until you decide which video card you're going to use and
either use the TV-Out on that, or use a VGA converter. This all
depends on which inputs your TV has.
> What method would you suggest? I'm looking for the best quality possible.
> Also any idea as far as a nice case i can put this unit in?
> I want to run it headless using a remote. I'm planning on using the ATI
> Remote Wonder.
> If anyone has any links to setups that others have already i'd like to see
> what others are doing with there systems.
Just search the archives for lots of similar threads to get started.
NVidia video cards tend to win out over ATI cards, and remember that
frame-grabber cards such as your WinTV require a faster CPU than
hardware capture cards when recording.
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